RealClearWorld Evening Edition

Thursday, February 4
Europe Turns to Turkey for Rescue - Roger Cohen, New York Times
Oil Dictator Dominoes: Who Will Fall? - Bill Emmott, Project Syndicate
Far from Headlines, Iran Keeps Humiliating Sailors - David French, NRO
Obama's Israeli-Palestinian Failure - Uri Savir, Al-Monitor
Francois Hollande's Own State of Emergency - Patrick Marnham, Spectator
Assad Has a Plan to Stay in Power. This Is It - Faisal Al Yafai, The National
Egypt's Decades-Long War on College Kids - Jennifer Williams, Vox
The Return of German Pessimism - Philip Oltermann, The Guardian
Shocking Drone Footage Shows Destruction of Homs, Syria - Channel 4
Wednesday, February 3
Russia Is Winning in Syria - Andrew Roth, Washington Post
Will Turkey Risk Military Confrontation with Russia? - Semih Idiz, ALM
Help Assad's Officers Defect - Mohammed Alaa Ghanem, New York Times
Europe's Lonely Liberal Hegemon - Thorsten Benner, Politico EU
In China, the Myth of the Competent Autocrat - Minxin Pei, Nikkei AR
America's Awkward Iran Dance - Aaron David Miller, CNN
Justin Trudeau: Prime Minister Oprah - Tasha Kheiriddin, National Post
Can Nigeria Defeat Boko Haram? - Aryn Baker, Time
Boris Johnson's Thirst for Spectacle - Simon Jenkins, Evening Standard
Tuesday, February 2
Europe's Waning Welcome - Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest
Bidding Goodbye to Schengen - Gwynne Dyer, Japan Times
Colombia's Drug Traffickers Prepare for Peace - Nick Miroff, Wash Post
What Happened to ISIS's Af-Pak Province? - Arif Rafiq, The Diplomat
If Only Russia Could Have Iowa's Democracy - Leonid Bershidsky, BV
The West Must Stop Giving Turkey a Free Pass - Behlul Ozkan, NY Times
U.S. Should Halt Its Support for the War in Yemen - Dan Larison, AmCon
Cambodia's Fearless Eco-Vigilante - Brent Crane, Narratively
Swans Are Terrorizing This British Village - Amanda Taub, Vox
Monday, February 1
Dear Americans, What Are You Thinking? - Alex Massie, Politics Magazine
Syria Peace Talks Are a Complete Facade - Richard Spencer, Telegraph
Trump: the World's Most Dangerous Man? - Feldenkirchen & Stark, Spiegel
Is the Ruler of Chechnya Out of Control? - Joshua Yaffa, The New Yorker
John Kerry's Russia Problem - Eli Lake, Bloomberg View
Can Iran Get Out of Its Own Way? - Reza Marashi, The National Interest
Salafism on the Rise in China - Jonathan Kaiman, Los Angeles Times
U.S.-Cuba Thaw Reignites a Global Rum War - Tim Fernholz, Quartz
Peru's Possible Prison Presidency - Sonia Goldenberg, New York Times
Thursday, January 28
Apocalypse Europe - Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico EU
The Art of Doing Business with Iran - Suzanne Maloney, Brookings
Malaysia's Utterly Bonkers Corruption Scandal - Zach Beauchamp, Vox
Saudi Payment Proves It's Fighting Extremism - Con Coughlin, Telegraph
Uganda: Where Democracy Doesn't Matter to U.S. - Helen Epstein, NYB
Islamic State and WMD: A Future Nightmare? - John McLaughlin, Ozy
How Facebook Helps ISIS - Hossein Derakhshan, Medium
Why Is It Un-Canadian to Oppose a Pipeline? - Yves Boisvert, Globe & Mail
Think Erdogan's a Dictator? Better Lawyer Up - Pinar Tremblay, ALM
Wednesday, January 27
Kemal Erdogan's Second Turkish Revolution - Soner Cagaptay, Politico EU
How China Lost Taiwan - Nick Frisch, New York Times
Extremists Are One Crisis Away from Power - William Hague, Telegraph
This Is Not Your Father's Intifada - Shlomi Eldar, Al-Monitor
Crisis Reshaping Venezuelan Tourism - Sven Bergsberg, Miami Herald
Indonesia: Staying Calm and Carrying On - William Mackey, The Diplomat
The Greece of the Caribbean - Andres Velasco, Project Syndicate
Iran Is Now a Great Power - Walter Mead & Harry Cohen, American Interest
Tuesday, January 26
Ignoring National Security: Our Useless 'Debate' - Andrew Bacevich, TD
Putin's Autonomy Doublespeak - Samuel Bendett, RealClearWorld
Is Iran a Country or a Cause? - Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times
Pipeline Politics Return to Prominence - Max Hess, Registan
EU War Games Over Brexit - Robert Colvile, CapX
Stalin Is Back - Hannah Thoburn, Foreign Policy
Why Do the Democrats Ignore Foreign Policy? - Zack Beauchamp, Vox
Poland May Not Be so Lucky as Hungary - Gostynska-Jakubowska, CER
Monday, January 25
Egypt's Silent Anniversary - David Kenner, Foreign Policy
Angela Merkel: The Isolated Chancellor - Feldenkirchen & Pfister, Spiegel
The Pipeline That Could Rip Canada Apart - Konrad Yakabuski, Globe&Mail
As Oil Boom Ends, Canadian Economy Stalls - David Scanlan, Bloomberg
America's Long Relationship with Saudi Money - Mazzetti & Apuzzo, NYT
Are Shiites Divided over Saudi Arabia? - Ali Mamouri, Al-Monitor
Why Marine Le Pen Is Going Off the Grid - Nicholas Vinocur, Politico EU
How Britain Gave up Learning French - Ed West, The Guardian
Who Is the Fourth American Prisoner Freed by Iran? - IranWire

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